heredoc is the fastest way to get lazy. use inline php then, easier and
can use tabs, no? Tabs of 4 spaces are, normally, the most prefered.

Maxim Maletsky

On Mon, 3 Feb 2003 11:47:12 -0600  Rob Day <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I try to write very clean code. However, there is one thing that always bugs
> me - using heredoc syntax in a function. Code in the function really should
> be indented (or 4 spaces for PEAR types), but, to quote the documentation,
> "the closing identifier must begin in the first column of the line." That
> means no tabs, right? So is that just the way it is? Do I just need to not
> worry about my tabs for heredoc? Is there some way to maintain consistency
> without breaking my code?
> -Rob
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